The Real Border Crisis

Date(s) - Friday, March 29
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Chalice Sanctuary, Fellowship Hall, and Kitchen


Underlying Causes of Immigration

Witness at our Southern Border

How our Nation’s Immigration Laws and Policies Impact Lives


Julie Díaz Martínez is Immigration Team Leader of Indivisible Conejo, a member ICE Out of California, Buen Vecino, CLUE, the Tri-Counties Anti-Defamation League, and Friend of the National Lawyers Guild (NLG), Los Angeles chapter.  She has formed a team of volunteers who travel to Mexico to serve as a Humanitarian witnesses and to conduct Border Support at the San Ysidro border with the Legal Humanitarian group Al Otro Lado and the NLG, LA.
Álvaro J. de Regil is Executive Director of The Jus Semper Global Alliance, a coalition that supports living wages worldwide as a core element of sustainability, democracy, and business accountability, and a volunteer with Buen Vecino, a community-based organization supporting human rights for immigrants in Eastern Ventura County.
Vanessa Frank is a Community Lawyer based in Ventura with a practice focused on immigration law. The Law Office of Vanessa Frank has been serving working families who seek to be reunited or stay together in the United States for more than 10 years. Vanessa and her team engage immigrants and their allies with their own power to achieve and defend human dignity in the United States and beyond

One Response to “The Real Border Crisis

  1. I would love to attend this but am unable–will there be a transcript or recording?

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